Venue Details

3284 Star Starred
Cal Performances' Zellerbach Hall
Bancroft Way and Telegraph Avenue Berkeley, CA 94720
510-642-9988
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4.5 / 5 Rated by 33 members
Review from Denise Gianelli

Seats were not bad, we sat in the orchestra, off to the right side. The show was entertaining. It wasn't quite as great as kooza, but it was pretty good. The highlights had to have been the chair balancing, he get's way up there, and the ring...continued

reviewed Nov 29 2008 report as inappropriate
Review from Coni

This was an excellent performance by some very talented and entertaining acrobats. Even after seeing with my own eyes, I almost couldn't believe their acts...truly amazing!

Absitively no regrets here...great show, good seats, wonderful day!

reviewed Nov 30 2008 report as inappropriate
Review from Sherry

Very entertaining! It was amazing to watch what they were able to do with their bodies Good, simple fun

reviewed Nov 28 2008 report as inappropriate
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“There is a precision and beauty about everything these performers do.” —Washington Post

Description

The art of Chinese acrobatics draws on an ancient history that began more than 2,500 years ago when it first captured the attention of China’s powerful emperors. Today, the Golden Dragon Acrobats represent the best of this time-honored tradition. The company has traveled to over 65 countries on five continents and is recognized internationally as one of the premier Chinese acrobatic touring companies. Its performances are spellbinding events, in which renowned impresario Danny Chang and choreographer Angela Chang combine award-winning acrobatics, ancient and modern music, traditional dance, spectacular costumes, and dazzling theatrical techniques.

<em>A Thousand Splendid Suns</em> Art Market San Francisco: Contemporary and Modern Art Fair Yoshi's Oakland Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo <em>Cirque du Soleil: LUZIA</em> SF Symphony: MTT conducts John Adams' <em>Scheherazade.2</em>